Caetano Veloso and Gilberto Gil
In 1969 the singers, members of the Tropicalista movement, were arrested in Rio de Janeiro while protesting against Brazil's military regime. Also known as Tropicália, the movement against the military dictatorship of the time manifested itself through music as well as the fine arts, cinema and theater. Given their popularity in Brazil, Veloso and Gil eventually went into exile in England, returning in 1972.
The comedian was arrested in 2002 for undressing at the foot of the Eros statue in Picadilly Circus, London, during anti-globalization and anti-capitalist protests.
The 81-year-old actress was arrested on the United States Capitol staircase during a protest against global warming on October 18, 2019. Fonda has revealed that she plans to protest again next Friday, joining demonstrations by the United States. approval of the Green New Deal, a series of proposals advocating the fight against climate change and economic inequality in the United States.
The comedian was arrested in protests against Brett Kavanaugh's appointment to the US Supreme Court in October 2018 after charges of sexual misconduct and attempted rape. A video of the event shows a police officer asking Schumer, who was pregnant at the time, if she wanted to be arrested, to which she replied, "Yes."
Ratajkowski was also arrested following protests against Kavanaugh's entry into the Supreme Court. The model wrote on Instagram: "Men who hurt women cannot continue to be placed in positions of power. Kavanaugh's confirmation as US Supreme Court Judge gives the message to women that they don't care in this country. I demand a government that recognizes, respects and supports women as it does men. "
The actor was arrested in 2012 for taking part in a protest at the Sudan embassy in Washington D. C. against blocking humanitarian aid at the behest of the president of the African country. In a statement, Clooney added that it was a protest "against the Sudanese government's violence against its own people. They were asking them to let aid reach the country before one of the world's largest humanitarian crises begins."
Woodley was arrested in October 2016 for alleged invasion of private property while protesting approval of the Dakota Access pipeline construction given the threat to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation as it was built so close to it.
The actress was among 575 women arrested in Washington in June 2018 following protests against Trump's immigration policies. The group used metallized blankets similar to those given to children separated from their parents on the US-Mexico border.
The Sex and the City actress was arrested in 2002 during a protest in Manhattan that called for better funding for public schools. Nixon and the other protesters blocked the entrance to the City Hall until they were forcibly removed. After feeling the effects of funding cuts at her daughter's public school, she worked with Alliance for Quality Education, an organization dedicated to improving conditions for public school students in New York.